All is dry to begin our Friday morning out-the-door! Although quite cold, in fact, the coldest morning since December 20, roads are dry! We may enjoy some limited sunshine in the early hours after sunrise before turning overcast and breezy this afternoon. Highs will struggle and this could be end of our mild stretch of consecutive days above average.
This evening, a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY will go into effect starting at 7 p.m.! The updated map now includes Indianapolis and the advisory will go through 7 a.m. Saturday. The "worst" of the winter weather will likely fall between 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. for most counties with a mix of snow and ice. This could create some very slick conditions on roads untreated, along with bridges and overpasses too. Proceed with caution if out late tonight. Precipitation amounts will be light, but even the lightest amount is all we need to make things hazardous.
By sunrise, most areas will be above 32°, and a chilly rain will be falling, while winds turn gusty! Temperatures will warm into the 40s allowing and ice or snow to melt away.
COLDER air is back by Sunday and should take us into the first part of next week!